A bright and spacious detached house in the heart of Sneyd Park.
Situated in the heart of Sneyd Park, there is good level access to Durdham Downs with 400 acres of parkland. There are many amenities available from nearby Stoke Bishop village, Westbury on Trym and Henleaze where there is a Waitrose. For schooling there is good quality primary and renowned independent secondary schools in Henleaze and Clifton. For sporting pursuits there are golf courses, tennis clubs, health and leisure clubs and may enjoyable walks including those over the nearby Nature Reserve. For the commuter there are excellent links to the motorway network M4 and M5 and Bristol has two mainline train stations serving the wider country. Bristol Airport has flights to many European and some long haul destinations.
An individual detached house constructed in the 1950s, adapted and extended significantly in the last 10 years. Constructed from rendered elevations with double glazed windows throughout, this three storey family home includes split levels and mezzanines and is beautifully appointed with a bright and spacious interior. Standing central with private gardens, there are raised terraces, balconies and a sun loggia in addition to a kitchen garden, gated parking and a garage.
The property is approached via steps, a covered porch and with access to the large reception hall. There is a bespoke oak front door with leaded side panels, a cloakroom, boot store and the rising balustraded staircase to the first floor landing. The principal room lies directly off and has a full length corner window and sliding doors to the loggia. A feature fireplace is the focal point and exposed timber floors extend from the hall. The kitchen/breakfast room has dedicated functions; the kitchen is well appointed with wooden units with Corian work surfaces and there are a variety of integrated appliances. The breakfast area has doors on to a balcony which overlooks the garden. Beyond the kitchen is a utility with the prerequisite plumbing, matching units and work surfaces. A pedestrian door leads out to the rear garden. The sitting room is on a mezzanine and located off of the breakfast area, there are triple aspect windows and bi-fold doors to an elevated balcony. Steps lead down from this bright and expansive room to the study which is neatly tucked away and offers excellent live/work prospects.
There are four first floor bedrooms each enjoying differing outlooks and orientations and the largest has its own balcony with a sliding double glazed door and picture window. The bedrooms are served by the comprehensive and newly installed bathroom which has an egg shaped free standing bath with double shower cubicle, pedestal and floating WC. The top floor and loft has been extensively converted with Velux windows and access to the balcony which enjoys panoramic views over the immediate district and beyond. There are useful eaves cupboards within the bedroom whilst the en suite bathroom is comprehensively and tastefully fitted with a drench shower, bath, basin and WC.
There is plenty of secured car parking via the tarmacadam drive which is gated, whilst the garage is integrated. An ornamental front lawn with strategic planting provides good privacy behind an established Beech hedge and there are a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and trees. The rear garden is fully enclosed with a solid pedestrian gate and path which skirts the kitchen garden. There are Hostas, an Acer and a Bay tree with soft fruit and planter beds for vegetables. The greenhouse and compost area lie beyond. The principal lawn is square and level and fringed by a Privet and herb bed and incorporates a magnificent Magnolia, summer house, timber store and there is a dedicated play area.
Square Footage: 2914 sq ft